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Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)

Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)

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Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
Sony XBR65A8F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart BRAVIA OLED TV (2018 Model)
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Size: 65-Inch


Style: TV


Features

  • PREMIUM 4K HDR: X1 Extreme Processor delivers IMAX quality for an enhanced movie and show experience
  • OLED IMAGING: 8 million self-illuminating pixels achieve the perfect black for stunningly real color
  • NO BLUR ACTION: 120Hz refresh rate combined with OLED delivers lifelike, fast moving action scenes
  • SOUND REVOLUTION: Innovative Acoustic Surface technology emanates crisp sound from the entire screen
  • SMARTPHONE CONNECTIVITY: Use wifi to sync your Android / iOS devices for Miracast and video SideView
  • IN THE BOX: Smart remote, batteries, power cord, IR Blaster, instructions, setup guide and stand
  • DIMENSIONS: TV with stand - 57 x 33 1/8 x 10 1/8 inches; TV without stand - 57 x 33 x 2 1/4 inches

Description

Size:65-Inch | Style:TV Power and finesse. Sony’s A8F BRAVIA OLED TV combines processing power with beautiful OLED picture and a sleek design to bring in a new standard of home entertainment. The X1 Extreme processor up converts your content to near-4K HDR quality, bringing stunning contrast and absolute blacks to your favorite shows and movies.


Brand Name: Sony


Item Weight: 81.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 62.31 x 7.75 x 39.13 inches


Item model number: XBR65A8F


Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: March 20, 2018


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Size: 65-Inch


Style: TV


Features

  • PREMIUM 4K HDR: X1 Extreme Processor delivers IMAX quality for an enhanced movie and show experience
  • OLED IMAGING: 8 million self-illuminating pixels achieve the perfect black for stunningly real color
  • NO BLUR ACTION: 120Hz refresh rate combined with OLED delivers lifelike, fast moving action scenes
  • SOUND REVOLUTION: Innovative Acoustic Surface technology emanates crisp sound from the entire screen
  • SMARTPHONE CONNECTIVITY: Use wifi to sync your Android / iOS devices for Miracast and video SideView
  • IN THE BOX: Smart remote, batteries, power cord, IR Blaster, instructions, setup guide and stand
  • DIMENSIONS: TV with stand - 57 x 33 1/8 x 10 1/8 inches; TV without stand - 57 x 33 x 2 1/4 inches

Description

Size:65-Inch | Style:TV Power and finesse. Sony’s A8F BRAVIA OLED TV combines processing power with beautiful OLED picture and a sleek design to bring in a new standard of home entertainment. The X1 Extreme processor up converts your content to near-4K HDR quality, bringing stunning contrast and absolute blacks to your favorite shows and movies.


Brand Name: Sony


Item Weight: 81.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 62.31 x 7.75 x 39.13 inches


Item model number: XBR65A8F


Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: March 20, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • PREMIUM 4K HDR: X1 Extreme Processor delivers IMAX quality for an enhanced movie and show experience
  • OLED IMAGING: 8 million self-illuminating pixels achieve the perfect black for stunningly real color
  • NO BLUR ACTION: 120Hz refresh rate combined with OLED delivers lifelike, fast moving action scenes
  • SOUND REVOLUTION: Innovative Acoustic Surface technology emanates crisp sound from the entire screen
  • SMARTPHONE CONNECTIVITY: Use wifi to sync your Android / iOS devices for Miracast and video SideView
  • IN THE BOX: Smart remote, batteries, power cord, IR Blaster, instructions, setup guide and stand
  • DIMENSIONS: TV with stand - 57 x 33 1/8 x 10 1/8 inches; TV without stand - 57 x 33 x 2 1/4 inches

Description

Size:65-Inch | Style:TV Power and finesse. Sony’s A8F BRAVIA OLED TV combines processing power with beautiful OLED picture and a sleek design to bring in a new standard of home entertainment. The X1 Extreme processor up converts your content to near-4K HDR quality, bringing stunning contrast and absolute blacks to your favorite shows and movies.


Brand Name: Sony


Item Weight: 81.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 62.31 x 7.75 x 39.13 inches


Item model number: XBR65A8F


Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: March 20, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Ken - Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2018
Awesome TV with unbeatable picture!
Awesome TV! I always purchase Sony and wasn’t sure about going with the OLED considering the price difference between that and LCD. Glad I did! The picture and color is far superior to the Sony Bravia I replaced with it. The settings are fully customizable (and I’d suggest you do the custom settings). Gradients that are very noticeable in my other set can be virtually eliminated. An example is like the gradients you see in games such as The Legend of Zelda BOTW. Blacks are black. Colors come out at you. I haven’t watched 4K yet, but I can only imagine! The sound is very good and adjustable with an equalizer and surround settings. Two speakers in back emanate from the screen. The sub woofer could be a little deeper, but I could see where that might potentially be too much vibration. I’m not that impressed with the Android TV setup and the regular TV settings found from scrolling down through Apps on the Home screen rather than a button on the remote. The menu button on the remote brings up an “Action Menu”. YouTube, Netflix etc. have awesome pictures, but my FireTV stick actually seems to out perform the TV in speed, so I’ll continue using that. There are no composite video connections in back, so my Wii is out for now, but I generally just use the Nintendo Switch, anyway. All in all, it’s awesome and the picture is unbelievable! I’m glad I went with this. I’m still in the learning curve, so I’ll update later if needed. Update: I’m not impressed with the processor speed or the Android OS. I have had to reboot the TV on several occasions to restore normal play including a freaked out color screen (only reds and blues). I have to take it down to a three for those reasons. That’s a bit of a big problem in my view.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By JSterritt - Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2018
Worth every penny.
Not all OLEDs are created equal! The Sony A8F is, on paper, nearly identical to the LG C8 (which costs less), because the panels for both are made by LG Display. But Sony has done much behind the screen to make its A8F stand out. Since this is not a comparison review, I'll just mention what the Sony does so well. Picture SETTINGS: the out-of-the-box settings are all I need to enjoy the A8F to its fullest. The CINEMA HOME mode is extremely bright for an OLED and handles motion excellently. MOTION: Sony's True Cinema motion setting eliminates all vestiges of the dreaded "soap opera effect." SOE is only noticeable in standard mode streaming content like sitcoms (I noticed it watching "Blackish" on Hulu). REFLECTIONS: this is one of the most important features of a TV, yet one that gets too little attention. All TVs perform fine in dark rooms. But in the daytime, or with lights on, you get reflections. This might be the ONLY reason to choose OLED over an LED TV, like Sony's 900F (which I also own). The LED performs almost as well in all categories as the OLED -- even deep blacks -- but the reflection handling sets the OLED apart. SOUND: if you don't have a soundbar or other sound system, most TVs these days are only OK. Sony has always taken built-in audio seriously, and the A8F is no exception. There's no window-rattling bass, but out-of-the-box audio is excellent and the sound imaging is amazing with NO distortion at max volume. LOOKS: A virtually nonexistent bezel and outstanding build quality make the Sony as simple, elegant, and impressive as you'd expect from a top-of-the-line TV. Unlike the weird offerings from other TVs over the years (thick glass panes, box frames), the A8F's minimalist style should keep its looks for as long as you have it. LR;DR: OLED has gotten picture quality back to what plasma offered, but with even better blacks and in wafer-thin screens. LEDs are a better value, but OLED is the new standard-bearer. Sony's A8F is surely at the top of the ladder and in my opinion worth the extra bucks for reliability, reflection handling, audio quality, and styling.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bob Friesenhahn - Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018
A Clear Bright Picture
This 65" TV was ordered directly from Amazon via Amazon Prime. Unfortunately, Amazon shipped the TV via UPS rather than using a white-glove delivery service as one would expect for such an expensive and large TV. The UPS delivery person did not want to deliver the TV. My wife saw him check out the box and then drive off. On the third day of this horrible treatment, when the truck was about to drive off, my tiny wife physically blocked the truck and demanded the TV. The delivery box had a scary hole in it and the delivery-person was very angry/aggressive but we took a chance and signed for it anyway. Luckily, the TV was not damaged! This was a horrible experience (not at all what I imagined) and I would think twice about ordering in this way. The hardware design of this TV seems very nice. It is not excessively fragile and I like it that there are no apparent speakers (which I would not use). The look from the front and all other directions is very clean without any annoyances. I would say that the design objectives have been met perfectly. This TV produces a very bright and clear picture. As delivered, the picture mode (the most important parameter to change) is set to "Standard" which adds contrast texture processing to make grains of sand and pores on people's faces much more apparent, while also making white somewhat blue ('Vivid' is more blue). This is a very intense and (soon) tiring experience with exaggerated colors and textures, which is definitely not what the director intended. The picture is very striking. After changing the picture mode to "Custom" or "Cinema Pro", the colors and contrast appear to be correct without the extra contrast/color processing and the color of white is correct. The picture is still super-bright so I adjusted it to half brightness (25 out of 50/max) which is still a bit too bright for watching in a darkened room. One professional review I read suggests setting the brightness to 9 out of 50/max when viewing in a totally dark room. It may be that OLED is not capable of producing the extreme brightness demanded by HDR but for normal viewing, this TV feels like a light-cannon. I have yet to notice any sign of burn-in or even any faint image retention at all. I have also not noticed an annoying light gray texture when the whole image is almost completely black (e.g. 5% black) as some have indicated. The gray scales are excellent and the color decode is excellent according to a calibration Blu-Ray and associated color filter. There is no observed banding or posterization at all given good quality input. The TV is connected to an Integra DHC 80.2 processor using HDMI ARC to get audio/control from the TV into the processor and on through the amplifiers to the speaker system. This works well. Some HDMI devices work better with the TV than others in terms of being detected and being select-able as an input using the TV input selection menu rather than via the Integra remote. I can select Roku and Chromecast via TV input selections, but the TiVO DVR and Oppo Blu-Ray player are not listed there and I must use the processor's remote to select those inputs. I do like it that when I turn on the TV that the Integra processor and amplifiers turn on, and then turn off when I turn off the TV. The TV remote needs to be aimed perfectly at the white LED indicator at the bottom of the TV, or aimed at the reflective white ceiling, or else it will not work reliably. This is annoying. One strange issue I have noticed is that network 'ping' from a computer on the network will lose half the packets whereas all other components attached to the same switch do not lose any packets at all. It is not clear if this is a hardware or Android issue. The network apps such as Netflix and YouTube work well when the TV is 'on' and provide a very clear picture so it does not seems like the hardware is at fault. Android TV takes some getting used to. It does not appear to be possible to disable/remove Android apps that came with the TV. It is likely possible to re-arrange the location of apps on the screen but I have not figured out how to move them yet. Additional apps may be added via the Google Play Store but many of them will not be usable without an add-on Bluetooth (or USB) keyboard due to requiring text input. Many favorite Android apps are not available for Android TV. Be sure to use the search mechanism to look for apps because otherwise many will not show up. In particularly, the voice recognition is really really good and helps a lot with inputting the search request. Unlike some others have commented about Android TV in the past, I have not noticed any particular sluggishness or hanging when using Android TV menus or applications. It feels reasonably snappy to me. I still have not figured out how to enable Cast (built-in ChromeCast) capability. The TV is hard-wired via Ethernet and seemed to become confused when trying to use both Ethernet and WI-Fi. The YouTube app provides a way to pair a phone to that app via WiFi or (apparently) a LAN-based pairing mechanism. I have not tried either method yet. Maybe this would reveal the hidden Cast functionality. Be aware that while the TV is delivered with some documentation for how to assemble it, and turn it on, there is no documentation provided for the Android TV software or Sony's customizations to it. There is a built in help system which provides a bit of documentation for some of the settings menu options.

Top Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Ken - Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2018
Awesome TV with unbeatable picture!
Awesome TV! I always purchase Sony and wasn’t sure about going with the OLED considering the price difference between that and LCD. Glad I did! The picture and color is far superior to the Sony Bravia I replaced with it. The settings are fully customizable (and I’d suggest you do the custom settings). Gradients that are very noticeable in my other set can be virtually eliminated. An example is like the gradients you see in games such as The Legend of Zelda BOTW. Blacks are black. Colors come out at you. I haven’t watched 4K yet, but I can only imagine! The sound is very good and adjustable with an equalizer and surround settings. Two speakers in back emanate from the screen. The sub woofer could be a little deeper, but I could see where that might potentially be too much vibration. I’m not that impressed with the Android TV setup and the regular TV settings found from scrolling down through Apps on the Home screen rather than a button on the remote. The menu button on the remote brings up an “Action Menu”. YouTube, Netflix etc. have awesome pictures, but my FireTV stick actually seems to out perform the TV in speed, so I’ll continue using that. There are no composite video connections in back, so my Wii is out for now, but I generally just use the Nintendo Switch, anyway. All in all, it’s awesome and the picture is unbelievable! I’m glad I went with this. I’m still in the learning curve, so I’ll update later if needed. Update: I’m not impressed with the processor speed or the Android OS. I have had to reboot the TV on several occasions to restore normal play including a freaked out color screen (only reds and blues). I have to take it down to a three for those reasons. That’s a bit of a big problem in my view.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By JSterritt - Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2018
Worth every penny.
Not all OLEDs are created equal! The Sony A8F is, on paper, nearly identical to the LG C8 (which costs less), because the panels for both are made by LG Display. But Sony has done much behind the screen to make its A8F stand out. Since this is not a comparison review, I'll just mention what the Sony does so well. Picture SETTINGS: the out-of-the-box settings are all I need to enjoy the A8F to its fullest. The CINEMA HOME mode is extremely bright for an OLED and handles motion excellently. MOTION: Sony's True Cinema motion setting eliminates all vestiges of the dreaded "soap opera effect." SOE is only noticeable in standard mode streaming content like sitcoms (I noticed it watching "Blackish" on Hulu). REFLECTIONS: this is one of the most important features of a TV, yet one that gets too little attention. All TVs perform fine in dark rooms. But in the daytime, or with lights on, you get reflections. This might be the ONLY reason to choose OLED over an LED TV, like Sony's 900F (which I also own). The LED performs almost as well in all categories as the OLED -- even deep blacks -- but the reflection handling sets the OLED apart. SOUND: if you don't have a soundbar or other sound system, most TVs these days are only OK. Sony has always taken built-in audio seriously, and the A8F is no exception. There's no window-rattling bass, but out-of-the-box audio is excellent and the sound imaging is amazing with NO distortion at max volume. LOOKS: A virtually nonexistent bezel and outstanding build quality make the Sony as simple, elegant, and impressive as you'd expect from a top-of-the-line TV. Unlike the weird offerings from other TVs over the years (thick glass panes, box frames), the A8F's minimalist style should keep its looks for as long as you have it. LR;DR: OLED has gotten picture quality back to what plasma offered, but with even better blacks and in wafer-thin screens. LEDs are a better value, but OLED is the new standard-bearer. Sony's A8F is surely at the top of the ladder and in my opinion worth the extra bucks for reliability, reflection handling, audio quality, and styling.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bob Friesenhahn - Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018
A Clear Bright Picture
This 65" TV was ordered directly from Amazon via Amazon Prime. Unfortunately, Amazon shipped the TV via UPS rather than using a white-glove delivery service as one would expect for such an expensive and large TV. The UPS delivery person did not want to deliver the TV. My wife saw him check out the box and then drive off. On the third day of this horrible treatment, when the truck was about to drive off, my tiny wife physically blocked the truck and demanded the TV. The delivery box had a scary hole in it and the delivery-person was very angry/aggressive but we took a chance and signed for it anyway. Luckily, the TV was not damaged! This was a horrible experience (not at all what I imagined) and I would think twice about ordering in this way. The hardware design of this TV seems very nice. It is not excessively fragile and I like it that there are no apparent speakers (which I would not use). The look from the front and all other directions is very clean without any annoyances. I would say that the design objectives have been met perfectly. This TV produces a very bright and clear picture. As delivered, the picture mode (the most important parameter to change) is set to "Standard" which adds contrast texture processing to make grains of sand and pores on people's faces much more apparent, while also making white somewhat blue ('Vivid' is more blue). This is a very intense and (soon) tiring experience with exaggerated colors and textures, which is definitely not what the director intended. The picture is very striking. After changing the picture mode to "Custom" or "Cinema Pro", the colors and contrast appear to be correct without the extra contrast/color processing and the color of white is correct. The picture is still super-bright so I adjusted it to half brightness (25 out of 50/max) which is still a bit too bright for watching in a darkened room. One professional review I read suggests setting the brightness to 9 out of 50/max when viewing in a totally dark room. It may be that OLED is not capable of producing the extreme brightness demanded by HDR but for normal viewing, this TV feels like a light-cannon. I have yet to notice any sign of burn-in or even any faint image retention at all. I have also not noticed an annoying light gray texture when the whole image is almost completely black (e.g. 5% black) as some have indicated. The gray scales are excellent and the color decode is excellent according to a calibration Blu-Ray and associated color filter. There is no observed banding or posterization at all given good quality input. The TV is connected to an Integra DHC 80.2 processor using HDMI ARC to get audio/control from the TV into the processor and on through the amplifiers to the speaker system. This works well. Some HDMI devices work better with the TV than others in terms of being detected and being select-able as an input using the TV input selection menu rather than via the Integra remote. I can select Roku and Chromecast via TV input selections, but the TiVO DVR and Oppo Blu-Ray player are not listed there and I must use the processor's remote to select those inputs. I do like it that when I turn on the TV that the Integra processor and amplifiers turn on, and then turn off when I turn off the TV. The TV remote needs to be aimed perfectly at the white LED indicator at the bottom of the TV, or aimed at the reflective white ceiling, or else it will not work reliably. This is annoying. One strange issue I have noticed is that network 'ping' from a computer on the network will lose half the packets whereas all other components attached to the same switch do not lose any packets at all. It is not clear if this is a hardware or Android issue. The network apps such as Netflix and YouTube work well when the TV is 'on' and provide a very clear picture so it does not seems like the hardware is at fault. Android TV takes some getting used to. It does not appear to be possible to disable/remove Android apps that came with the TV. It is likely possible to re-arrange the location of apps on the screen but I have not figured out how to move them yet. Additional apps may be added via the Google Play Store but many of them will not be usable without an add-on Bluetooth (or USB) keyboard due to requiring text input. Many favorite Android apps are not available for Android TV. Be sure to use the search mechanism to look for apps because otherwise many will not show up. In particularly, the voice recognition is really really good and helps a lot with inputting the search request. Unlike some others have commented about Android TV in the past, I have not noticed any particular sluggishness or hanging when using Android TV menus or applications. It feels reasonably snappy to me. I still have not figured out how to enable Cast (built-in ChromeCast) capability. The TV is hard-wired via Ethernet and seemed to become confused when trying to use both Ethernet and WI-Fi. The YouTube app provides a way to pair a phone to that app via WiFi or (apparently) a LAN-based pairing mechanism. I have not tried either method yet. Maybe this would reveal the hidden Cast functionality. Be aware that while the TV is delivered with some documentation for how to assemble it, and turn it on, there is no documentation provided for the Android TV software or Sony's customizations to it. There is a built in help system which provides a bit of documentation for some of the settings menu options.